Get Your Record Expunged.     Ohio Residents Only


What is Expungement /Sealing of Record?

Expungement is the same as sealing a record. It is a court process that allows you to have any and all reference to a prior criminal conviction cleared and your court file sealed. It is just as if you were never convicted of the crime. Why Get an Expungement? When you apply for some jobs, apartments, and licenses, the people reviewing your application might look at your criminal record. If you have a conviction on your record, it is unlikely that you will be chosen for the job, given the apartment to rent, or allowed to get a license. When you appear as a witness in court, they will ask about your past criminal record. If you have a conviction, they are unlikely to believe that your testimony is true.

Once your record is expunged, nothing will show up when your record is checked.

After expungement is finished, when asked about your past criminal record, you can honestly say that you have none. You can act as if the arrest and conviction never took place. However, even if your record is sealed: 1) law enforcement agencies, prosecutors, and other agencies can look at your sealed record; and 2) if you commit another crime, your sealed record can still be used against you in sentencing.

What CAN'T be expunged? 

If the Judgment Order of Conviction mentions one of the crimes listed below, you cannot get your record sealed. #rape (ORC §2907.02) #sexual battery (ORC §2907.03) #corrupting a minor (ORC §2907.04) #gross sexual imposition (ORC §2907.05) #sexual imposition (ORC §2907.06) #obscenity involving a minor (ORC §2907.321) #pornography involving a minor (ORC §2907.322) #illegal use of a minor in pornography (ORC §2907.323) #all driver’s license violations (ORC Chapter 4507) #motor vehicle violations (ORC Chapter 4511) #bail forfeitures in traffic cases (Traffic Rule 2) #misdemeanors of first degree or felonies where victim is under the age of 18 #felonies of the first or second degree #offenses of violence that are misdemeanors of first degree or felonies (except the following offenses of violence can be expunged: convictions for riot (2917.03) and misdemeanor convictions for assault (2903.13), inciting to violence (2917.01), and inducing panic (2917.31)) 


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There is a $20 fee for the Expungement Packet.

Packet includes full instructions and documents needed. 

You will instantly be able to print the packet after purchase.

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